NBA Injured & Suspended List Basketball

Atlanta Hawks

Boston Celtics

Brooklyn Nets

Charlotte Hornets

Chicago Bulls

Cleveland Cavaliers

Dallas Mavericks

Denver Nuggets

Detroit Pistons

Golden State Warriors

Houston Rockets

Indiana Pacers

Los Angeles Clippers

Los Angeles Lakers

Memphis Grizzlies

Miami Heat

Milwaukee Bucks

Minnesota Timberwolves

New Orleans Pelicans

New York Knicks

Oklahoma City Thunder

Orlando Magic

Philadelphia 76-ers

Phoenix Suns

Portland Trail Blazers

Sacramento Kings

San Antonio Spurs

Toronto Raptors

Utah Jazz

Washington Wizards

The list includes both injured and suspended players. The columns are, respectively:

  • updated
  • player name (position)
  • games played
  • points - rebounds - assists
  • Injury
  • status
    • ?+ likely to play
    • ? status uncertain
    • ?- unlikely to play
    • - will not play
    • s suspended

Last updated 19.6.2024 05:26 GMT

News - injuries

Middleton had ankle surgeries

18.7.24 Milwaukee

Milwaukee Bucks forward Khris Middleton is recovering from arthroscopic surgeries on both ankles this offseason. Middleton, a three-time All-Star, is expected to be ready for the start of the 2024-25 season.

Kyrie Irving underwent surgery

17.7.24 Dallas

Dallas Mavericks guard Kyrie Irving underwent surgery to repair a broken left hand. Irving suffered the injury while training earlier this month. It is expected that he will recover in time to participate in training camp in about 2 1/2 months.

DaRon Holmes undergoes surgery

16.7.24 Denver

Denver Nuggets first-round pick DaRon Holmes II underwent surgery to repair a torn right Achilles, the team announced on Monday. The Nuggets said updates on Holmes' status will be provided at a later date though it's likely he will miss the 2024-25 season. It can take up to a calendar year to fully recover from a torn Achilles.

DaRon Holmes tears Achilles

14.7.24 Denver

Denver Nuggets first-round pick DaRon Holmes suffered a torn Achilles and is likely to miss the 2024-25 season. Holmes suffered the injury Friday during the Nuggets' 88-78 loss to the LA Clippers in their summer league opener.

Devin Carter undergoes shoulder surgery

12.7.24 Sacram.

The Sacramento Kings announced Thursday that rookie Devin Carter underwent left shoulder surgery to repair a torn labrum. The team said the 22-year-old guard will be re-evaluated in approximately six months.

Kawhi Leonard out for Paris Olympics

11.7.24 LA Clipp.

Kawhi Leonard will not play in the upcoming Paris Olympics for Team USA, which has replaced the LA Clippers forward with Boston Celtics guard Derrick White. Team USA also is dealing with an injury to forward Kevin Durant, who hasn't been able to take part in contact practice due to a calf strain.

Durant out for USA's friendly vs. Canada

10.7.24 Phoenix

Team USA will be without Kevin Durant for Wednesday night's game against Team Canada, its first of five exhibition games ahead of the Paris Olympics, due to the calf strain that has kept Durant out of the entirety of the national team's training camp in Sin City.

Durant day-to-day with sore calf

8.7.24 Phoenix

Kevin Durant is dealing with calf soreness that has kept him from being a full participant in USA Basketball's training camp for the Paris Olympics, though he has assured team officials that he does not expect the issue to be a major one.

Porzingis may miss start of next season

27.6.24 Boston

Boston Celtics center Kristaps Porzingis will likely miss "the very start" of the 2024-25 season following surgery this summer on his left leg, president of basketball operations Brad Stevens said. It was announced Tuesday that Porzingis would undergo surgery and miss this summer's Olympics. A timeline for his return has yet to be determined, but Porzingis said earlier this month that the recovery process could take a "few months."

Porzingis to have surgery

26.6.24 Boston

Center Kristaps Porzingis, who played through a rare left leg injury as the Boston Celtics claimed their 18th NBA championship, will have surgery and will miss the Olympics. Porzingis suffered a torn retinaculum and dislocated posterior tibialis tendon in Game 2 of the NBA Finals on June 9.

Celtics waiting on Porzingis' status for Game 5

17.6.24 Boston

As the Celtics attempt to close out the NBA Finals with a victory over the Mavericks, it remains to be seen whether Kristaps Porzingis will be back on the court for Game 5 on Monday night. "I haven't talked to him yet," coach Joe Mazzulla said on Sunday. "Going to talk about that before we start practice... So I'm not sure kind of where he's at."

Porzingis available but doesn't see minutes in G4

15.6.24 Boston

Kristaps Porzingis was available for the Boston Celtics in Friday night's Game 4 of the NBA Finals, but didn't end up playing in the team's 122-84 loss to the Dallas Mavericks. Celtics coach Joe Mazzulla said before the game that Porzingis would "only be used in specific instances, if necessary" if he did play.